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    Words by Amillah Javed, photographs by Waleed Alrumaih Burnage Media Arts College successfully hosted another Community Day on Friday, 28th June. Stalls were provided by Manchester Markets and Burnage Media Arts College staff, alongside stall holders from the local area who were present to sell a variety of products, including food, drinks, plants, crafts and…

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    ‘A Boot Stamping on a Human Face’ – Why Do We Enjoy Dystopias?

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    Dystopian Visions of the Future: A Discussion, International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Thursday, 27th June, 6:30pm Words by Siobhán O’Toole Despite the shoddiness of many modern filmic examples, we all love a good dystopian plot. Whether it be George Orwell’s classic, 1984, Anthony Burgess’, 1985 and A Clockwork Orange, or the countless American blockbusters that have…

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    From Fallowfield to Further Afield?

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    Words by Graham Murray  Student numbers in Fallowfield are in decline and the place is very gradually becoming a shadow of its former self, but why? As the mass student migration of the annual post-exam exodus draws to a close, Fallowfield adopts a tamer and more timid exterior. It’s evident that Fallowfield’s character and existence…

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    Hats Off To The Kids On Campus

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    Words by Neil Harrison, photographs by Sophie Bannister CHILDREN FROM THREE LOCAL NURSERIES don caps and gowns to celebrate their graduation from pre-school – at a real university. As part of a ‘fantastic day’, youngsters from Didsbury Pre-school, Macintosh and St. Mary’s Day Nurseries received their diplomas from staff and students at Manchester Metropolitan University,…

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    Manchester Represented At National ‘People’s Assembly Against Austerity’ Meeting

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    Words by Neil Harrison Representatives from Manchester meet Owen Jones at the People’s Assembly in London on Saturday REPRESENTATIVES FROM MANCHESTER WERE AMONG a 4000-strong crowd at ‘The People’s Assembly Against Austerity’ in Westminster, London at the weekend. The event, which made headline news, was attended by numerous political figures and activists – including Tony…

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